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." >>just wanted to clarify that. [ mocking tone ] i'm ms. brown. i'm soooo chocolatey. i'm giving away money to make people like me-eee -- is what he said. and i was like "you watch your mouth. she's my friend." friend is a strong word. [ male announcer ] chocolate just got more irresistible. find the all brown bag and you could win! >>we're just getting started. (vo) the state of the 2012 campaign. ♪ >> listen and watch the bill press show on your favorite radio station and now on current t.v. this is the bill press show. welcome to the spin room. >> lots going on here. friday morning wholly mackerel. we are going to go into the spin room. we are going to get back to your calls about the minority minority -- minority/majority nation we have. we are not yet there. we are there for kids under 1-year-old. but we will be there for the entire nation by 2042. 866-55-press. >> that's where we take your calls. but first, a little reminder, and a little bit advice if you are looking to make some extra money because you need some extra money at the ends of
on the show. >> how about that scott brown? here he is? >> what a scamp. >> running for senate reelection, of course, voted against obama care. >> health care reform as it's commonly known. >> right. and voted to repeal it, voted against it and now what's happening with scott brown. >> my goodness his daughter is benefitting from the law. you know one of the more popular provisions was you can keep your kids on your own health insurance until they are about 26. so one of scott brown's lovely daughters is 23 years old and he ensures her on his congressional health plan -- >> thanks to president obama. >> thanks to president obama. >> he votes against it and then he takes advantage of it. >> i don't see any inconsistent see here. scott brown is handsome. >> so that's what people are supposed to think. he is a movie star. he can get away with anything. >> he said that his objections to the health care law are not inconsistent with using it to insure husband daughter because similar requirements could be mandated at state level. i don't even understand that.
if you put out a controversial cover people will notice you. >> it is something that tina brown has been doing since she got to "newsweek" as the editor of "newsweek." >> bill: even at new yorker. >> yeah. the new yorker we can agree has had slightly more tasteful covers. and now "time" is getting in the game with this breast-feeding cover which is by far the more controversial of the two. >> i agree. the "newsweek" cover is a little more -- >> bill: why don't you bring up the "newsweek" cover. we'll talk about that second. if you have it up on your computer. we talked about this yesterday on the show. the time cover with this woman breast-feeding her 3-year-old son -- >> almost 4 years old. >> almost 4. >> he's standing on a footstool right? she's not holding the baby in her arms. >> doesn't he look like he should be carrying a briefcase? hop off the stool and head to the office. he's like -- very sophisticated look on his face. both both are looking at the camera. to me it looks like did you just get
's ex-husband bobby brown arrested in van nice california on suspicion of driving drunk. cops believe he was intoxicated. he has a previous dui conviction. >> he may be trouble. >> a new study says chocolate lovers are thinner than those who stay away from the street. researchers. >> best news i have heard all day. >> san diego scientists say people who ate moderate amounts of chocolate 5 times a week and exercised had lower moss mass -- >> and exercised. >> this is compared to people who ate no chocolate and also exercised. >> they had lower body mass indexes. >> no more than one ounce of chocolate per day is recommended. >> doctors recommend a gas of red wine and a box of chocolates. dan, thank you. faz, i want to just make sure all of our listeners and our viewers know as far as i am concerned as a tox talk show host the importance of the work you did it. it's no exaggeration and i know i am speaking for the whole gang. right? for stephanie miller, tom hartman, randy rhodes, rachel mad on you ed schultz. we couldn't do our work without the work
party. >> bill: the best party of -- i took jerry brown to his party. >> do you remember it was in his apartment at the wyoming. and you would walk in and it was -- it was just sort of wall to wall bold-faced names but it was fun and intimate. then it got to big -- so big they had to move it ironically across the street to the russian trade federation. >> bill: hold that thought too. take another quick break and we'll come right back. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." planned parenthood. anna talked to a conservative and it got a little contentious. drama, when we return. eliot spitzer joins the new news network. >>we don't stop until we get answers that are truthful, serious and not based on simplistic answers. >> announcer: radio meets television. the "bill press show." now on current tv. >> bill: wrapping up here this hour and president obama spending a night in los angeles. he takes off today for reno, nevada to give a jobs speech in reno and back in washington, d.c. christopher buckley has been our guest th
is a strong word. [ male announcer ] chocolate just got more irresistible. find the all brown bag and you could win! >> hello. happy wednesday. welcome to the full-court press on this wednesday, may 16th. we have lots to talk about, lots happening here in our nation's capitol capitol, around the country and around the globe. we'll cover it all, let you know what you think it means and take your calls at 866-55-press. how about this, boy? end of the world as we know it. if you ask me, virgin airways is announcing that -- has announced it is going to allow cell phones, cell phone usage on flights from the east coast of the united states stolondon. can you imagine flying eight hours listening to some inane, vacuous, empty-headed stupid conversation on the part of somebody in front of you or in back of you? no way. i would rather swim to london. we will talk about that and more with senator tom harkin in studio with us. first, let's find out all of the latest here in los angeles with today's current tv news update. jacki schechner. hi, jacki. >> hi, bill
will figure it out. find out more at connectamillionminds.com [ mocking tone ] i'm ms. brown. i'm soooo chocolatey. i'm giving away money to make people like me-eee -- is what he said. and i was like "you watch your mouth. she's my friend." friend is a strong word. [ male announcer ] chocolate just got more irresistible. find the all brown bag and you could win! weeknights on current tv. ♪ >> heard around the country and seen on current tv this is the bill press show. monday may 14, '12 minutes before the top of the hour winding up here, molly ball is in studio with us political writer for "the atlantic." she has been out on the road following most of the candidates in the primary. >> uh-huh we were in richmond virginia on president obama kickoff day. he has been doing campaigning since. he has two more events this evening. >> that's right. >> in new york. the president is out with a new ad today. >> a tough new ad. very tough. >> going right up against mitt romney. this is interesting. they are not waiting for the convention. >> we have not
just got more irresistible. find the all brown bag and you could win! hello. is this where we do that bundling thing? let's see what you got. rv -- covered. why would you pay for a hotel? i never do. motorcycles -- check. atv. i ride those. do you? no. boat. house. hello, dear. hello. hello. oh! check it -- [ loud r&b on car radio ] i'm going on break! the more you bundle, the more you save. now, that's progressive. ttv at's president obama up to today? let me tell you. he's going to have lunch -- he's got another light schedule today. he's going to have lunch with vice president biden. and then he is at 12:30. nothing on the schedule in the morning. then he's meeting with his senior advisors at 2:00. >> he's going to iraq. he's going to iraq. >> bill: it looks like -- he's either going to ohio or iraq. probably. now i would think that except that he does have a cinco de mayo reception tonight at the white house except it is only the tres dimaio. he will be campaigning on saturday. big cinco de mayo reception at
. >> bill: if you've got vacation days, when i was working for jerry brown mario god rest his soul, health education secretary, we were working on something, he said you know, bill i haven't taken a vacation for 15 years. like i was supposed to be impressed by that right? i said mario you idiot! what do you mean? you're not that important. take some time off. >> we have research that shows it does shorten your life. >> bill: what shortens your life? >> not taking vacation. it makes you more susceptible to disease. it does a whole bunch of things that aren't good for you. >> bill: it makes. >> lot more boring and it is self-inflated. you think you're so important you have to stay there on the job. >> you know what's interesting dan, is it is not just washington folks or new york folks. you say it is national. >> oh, absolutely. i know people on the eastern shore of maryland, farmers, those guys who work seven days a week. and they have been working for years and years. >> bill: farmers are different. i thi
this whole thing, you know, blew up. and scott brown and elizabeth warren, still dead even in the polls. voters in massachusetts want to talk about the economy. and they know that that's what is at stake in this election, who is in charge and as elizabeth warren goes around the state, introduces her herself to the people ofma, you see her numbers continue to go up. it's a good reminder of the fact that we are for the voters. we are the early part of the season here. >> yeah. >> they just haven't focused yet on who these candidates are and, for someone like elizabeth warren, she's got a lot of campaigning ahead of her. but everything we have seen every time she is sitting in a room, i don't know if you have had the opportunity to see her. you can see voters just completely just embrace what she is saying, standing up for the middle class stopping, you know, this outrageous behavior by wall street, you know. >> eric, last week, when the news came out j.p. morgan came out, the national immediatemedia. he liz beth warren is one of the most knowledgeable on these i
strickland spoke, several students spoke. sharod brown, been here many times with us as well as former senator john glen. so it was a great, greater than tuesdayiastic response there. then we hopped on the buses back to the air portion and down to richmond village to the commonwealth university. a capacity crowd. the fire marshall had shut down let meing anybody else in that particular crowd and a wildley enthusiastic crowd and first lady introducing the vice president of the united states and we are off and running. what was interesting was that we really heard from the president the scenes we are going to here from now until november. he said as we were speculating on the plane on the way out to columbus, document he will mention mitt romney by name? he did. et mentioned several times by name and just said that romney has learned a long lesson from the jobs that he had before and is now would take this country in the wrong direction. what we heard mainly from the president and the first lady was the word forward. forward. we've got to keep moving forwa
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